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Losses to Knights give Bulldog swimmers, coach early-season assessment

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Ramona High School girls and boys swim coach Jolyn Yanez sees the Bulldogs’ losses to San Marcos as beneficial to her teams.

“I’m actually thankful to have this meet at this time of the season because it forces the kids to focus on swimming fast,” Yanez said. “I think it’s very worthwhile.”

The March 20 non-league meet was held at Ramona High. Non-league results have no effect on a team’s championship position. The major impacts of a non-league meet are that times can be used for CIF qualifying and seeding purposes and that coaches can assess their swimmers for future improvement.

Stallman, Ford take first in Falcon Relay events

During the individual events in the Falcon Relays track and field meet at Torrey Pines High School, Ramona High School sophomore Holly Stallman won the girls 100-meter dash while senior Courtney Ford topped Division 2 long jumpers.

Stallman had a time of 12.54 seconds and was within 1/10 of a second of her school record of 12.44 seconds that she set at the CIF meet last year.

Ramona boys track and field defeats Westview 72-59

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Ramona High School’s boys track and field team traveled to Westview High School for a March 20 dual meet and returned home with a 72-59 victory.

“We haven’t beat Westview since I’ve been coaching here, so that was a nice win,” said head coach Sherri Edwards.

Track and field scoring gives 5 points for first place, 3 points for second place, and 1 point for third place. The Bulldogs swept the points in the 100-meter dash, the 200-meter dash, and the 300-meter hurdles.

RHS lacrosse beats Francis Parker; closes gap in two losses

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Ramona High’s girls lacrosse team defeated Francis Parker High School after losses to San Dieguito and Valley Center.

The first week of games for the lacrosse team included losses by margins of 10 and 11 goals along with one win. During the second week of contests, March 17-21, the losses were by smaller margins.

Ramona’s March 17 game was a 13-8 loss to San Dieguito Academy on the Mustangs’ field.

Bulldog softball triumphs in two tournament games

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The Bulldog softball team defeated San Dieguito in a North County Tournament game on the road last week and beat Patrick Henry at home in a Falcon Fiesta Tournament game.

The Lady Dawgs are now 3-4 on the season.

The girls made the most of four hits as they beat San Dieguito 3-2. Christina Barrameda led the game with a single and stole second. She advanced to third on a wild pitch and scored on an RBI fielders choice by Kailey Hill. Amber Davis got her first of two hits in the game when she doubled in courtesy runner Mel Gaile and the Lady Dawgs led 2-0.

Ramona High golfers improve their record to 6-1

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The Bulldog golf team is right where coach Michael Gainey wants it to be as the team heads into Valley League play.

“The Vista match was a good win for the team,” he said. “It was their lowest score so far and the players are stepping up their games as we head to Pauma Valley to play Valley Center next Tuesday for our first league match of the season.”

Bulldog tennis picks up two wins on the road

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The Bulldog tennis team picked up two victories on the road as they beat Valley Center in a Valley League match and then beat Rancho Buena Vista in a non-league match.

The Dawgs beat Valley Center 15-3 Thursday. The singles players picked up 8 of 9 team points. Adam Mazzola was dominant as he posted scores of 6-1, 6-0 and 6-0. Garrett Wilcox stepped up his game and went 6-2, 6-0 and 6-1. Andrew Giordino went 0-6 and came back to win a tie-breaker 7-6 (7-4) and then cruised to a 6-3 set.

RHS Futsal accepting youth registration

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Ramona High School boys and girls soccer teams present the return of RHS Futsal, their fundraising program that is open to youth players, and are accepting registration.

The futsal season will run April 3 through June 27, from 3 to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at Wilson Gym in the RUSD administrative building, 720 Ninth Street. Teams will be scheduled to play a one one-hour session on one of the days.

Mauldin picked league basketball Player of the Year; five teammates earn all-league status

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Ramona High’s girls basketball player Katherine Mauldin, a junior, was selected 2014 Valley League Player of the Year, and five of her teammates earned All Valley League recognition.

All three of Ramona’s captains were selected to the first team: Mauldin, Kailey Hill and Christina Barrameda.

Chiara Mattern made the second team. Kylee Scheib and Hannah Farhat received honorable mention.

Six Bulldogs girls given all-league soccer recognition

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Six Ramona High School girls soccer players were placed on all-league teams by Valley League coaches.

Bianca Scodellaro was named to the league’s first team. The second team included Courtney Dolan. Ramona’s honorable mention selections were Teresa Italiano, Kacie Jordan, Karli Njaa, and Taylor Stacy.

Scodellaro is a senior forward who spent all four of her high school years on Ramona’s varsity. “She’s an excellent choice,” assistant coach Deena Vizcarra said of Scodellaro being placed on the first team. “She’s a dependable all-around player. She’s able to be in different positions and make an impact on the field.”

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